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Review: In Pieces – online @ Stream.Theatre

Review: In Slice- online@ Stream.Theatre Watching In Pieces, it resulted to me how influential Rent has become for modern theatre writers. Jonathan Larson’s biggest smash rectify a basic template for the depicting of twenty-somethings living in the Big Apple with his narration of charity, life and loss, told through intelligent chants driving the narrative. However, […]

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The Marvel Rundown: Nightcrawler searches for his path in WAY OF X #1

Willkommen to another volume of the Marvel Rundown! For our main book this week, we’re embrace the debut publication of the latest entrant into Krakoa, Si Spurrier and Bob Quinn’s Way of X# 1, an issue I’ve been anticipating greatly since its edict earlier this year. Hot on the heels of a near-perfect run on […]

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The Marvel Rundown: HEROES REBORN is Marvel’s best event in years

Welcome to the Marvel Rundown! We’re trying something a bit different this week. Instead of taking a look at one book in particular, we decided to delve into the Heroes Reborn event so far, consisting of two main issues and two very good tie-ins, and analyse why this event is honestly a lot more engaging […]

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Review: I Could Use a Drink, online @ Stream.theatre

Review: I Could Use a Drink, online@ Stream.theatre The first thing to say about I Could Use a Drink is just how spectacular the deep-seated is. It’s filmed at London’s Fiction Studios, a recording studio lit with lamps, filled with bibles and musicians stood in the areas. You can basically reek the lamp-warmed dust! I […]

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REVIEW: HOME #1 offers magical catharsis for real-world immigration injustice

Home# 1 Writer: Julio Anta Artist: Anna Wieszczyk Color Artist: Bryan Valenza Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Cover Artist: Lisa Sterle Publisher: Image Comics Superhero notebooks have long indicated the social and political challenges of their occasions. The X-Men were initially inspired by the Civil Rights movement. Superman has fought for matters from confinement reform to helping […]

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Little Wars, online streaming

Little Wars, online streaming In the centre of another lockdown we continue to amuse ourselves with indoor followings. One of the few compensations is this online gem written by Steven Carl McCasland. Set in the French Alps, it offers the opportunities that a soiree featured some of the greatest female writers of the period. Alice […]

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Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre

Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre It’s been a long wait, a long nine months since I was last in the West Result. It felt so good to be back. The Garrick Theatre in Charing Cross Road ogled pristine as we patiently queued outside. A rapid check of the temperature and we were in, disguises on […]

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Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill

Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill With Halloween projects in disarray, guild nights and events offset, what can the city’s freaky slews do safely within their social froths? A socially distant walking tour of a historic 1903 edifice din good? For brave adults and children this event seems to fill a fault in […]

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Christmas, Self-Publishing & Self-Editing: Book Reviews and Software Review

The post Christmas, Self-Publishing& Self-Editing: Book Reviews and Software Review saw first on Fiction Notes. Book reviews and a application recall. Are you books ready for the Christmas shopping season? Do you need information on self-publishing options? Or do you need to improve your self-editing talents? Today, I’ll review a duo journals and a software […]